TNT 1633: It Delivers Livers & Pizza
November 2, 2016•56 min
LastPass just gave you another reason to protect your accounts with a password manager. Because it is free. The LastPass payment structure has always been a bit confusing, and their purchase by the company LogMeIn hasn't changed that. In the consumer version you could use the browser extension for free, but if you wanted to use LastPass on a phone or a table, you had to pay an annual subscription fee. Now, that $12 fee is gone for generating complicated passwords and storing them across all of your devices. If you want to pay for LastPass Premium you'll get family sharing for up to five users, 1GB of encrypted file storage, YubiKey and other two-factor login integrations, desktop fingerprint identification and LastPass for applications. Last week, we told you that Facebook was allowing advertisers to exclude people from what they called "ethnic affinity" groups. 73 Civil Rights Organizations expressed concerns about this in a letter to Mark Zuckerberg. Microsoft launched a new workplace collaboration tool called Microsoft Teams. With web-based IRC-like text chat, storage of historic chats, and integrations with third-party services, the service looks a lot like Slack. Plus, we look at Omate's Yumi Robot, an Apple Watch band with a camera, and a heads up display called Navidy. Owen JJ Stone is here to decide if they're good gift ideas or garbage. Jason has an interview from the Virtual Reality Developers Conference with a company called Morph 3D, and Amazon releases an app that teaches kids how to read like they chat.
Hosts: Megan Morrone and Owen JJ Stone
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